Richarlison gets an image of HIMSELF inked on his back alongside Brazil legends Neymar and Ronaldo following their World Cup exit last week… as he faces a spell out for Spurs with hamstring injury picked up before Croatia defeat

Richarlison has marked his World Cup adventure with Brazil by getting a new back tattoo – featuring himself, alongside two national legends.

Brazil’s time in Qatar was cut short after they were eliminated from the tournament on penalties by Croatia at the quarter-final stage. 

The Spurs player, who scored twice against Serbia in their opening group game and once against South Korea in a 4-1 knockout victory, got a new tattoo to mark the experience, featuring himself, Neymar and Ronaldo.

Richarlison got a new back tattoo to mark his time with Brazil at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

Richarlison features in the new ink design, alongside Brazil legends Ronaldo and Neymar

Richarlison debuted his new ink on Instagram, sharing footage from artist, who implemented the design. He is popular with Brazil’s Premier League stars, with Antony, Bruno Guimaraes and Fabio Vieira among those who have got previous designs by Dom Tattoo. 

It also features a child overlooking a favela wearing a Richarlison jersey and a baseball cap. 

Tottenham Hotspur are set to be without World Cup star Richarlison for ‘at least a month’

Richarlison got his first tattoo in 2020, and has amassed a growing collection across the past three years.  

The 25-year-old former Everton and Watford star has returned to Tottenham ahead of the restart of the domestic season.

However, he is out for at least a month following a hamstring injury sustained at the World Cup, according to the latest reports. 

Richarlison played through the pain after being injured in the warm-up against Croatia, featuring for 84 minutes of their quarter-final at the Education City Stadium before being replaced by Pedro.

Richarlison struggled through 84 minutes against Croatia before being replaced by Pedro

Pedro scored his penalty, but Rodrygo and Marquinhos missed their attempts from 12 yards. This saw Brazil crash out with a 4-2 defeat on penalties as Croatia were 100% accurate with their spot-kicks.

However, Tuesday saw the end of the European side’s run to the final, when they were halted by a rampant Argentina, who beat them 3-0 courtesy of a  Julian Alvarez brace and a Lionel Messi penalty

Spurs return to competitive action when they visit London rivals Brentford on Boxing Day, ahead of further Premier League matches against Aston Villa and Crystal Palace in the first week of 2023.   

Richarlison gets HIMSELF on back tattoo, alongside Neymar and Ronaldo after Brazil’s World Cup exit

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